What are zoonotic diseases
Zoonotic diseases are caused by harmful germs such as viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi. These germs can cause many mild diseases in humans and animals. Serious infections can also lead to death.
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That’s why we celebrate this day
World Zoonoses Day is celebrated every year to make people aware about zoonotic diseases and to teach them the right way to avoid them.
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Vaccines made for these diseases
Scientist Louis Pasteur did remarkable work in the field of vaccine development. He was the first scientist to develop a vaccine for cholera (foul cholera) spread in chickens. In addition, he also made anthrax and rabies vaccine. Every year, his death anniversary is celebrated on World Rabies Day on 28 September, as he had been vaccinated against this dreaded disease before his death in the year 1895.
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vaccine made from virus
He was the first scientist to use artificially weakened viruses as a vaccine. Pasteur developed a vaccine for anthrax in 1881. In 1885, he developed the rabies vaccine. Not only this, he also invented the pasteurization method to save food items from spoilage. Due to the achievements of Louis Pasteur in human development, he has been ranked 19th in the list of ‘Hero of Progress’ of human history.
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